January 2014: Mr. Bergeron joins NSAWW after a long and distinguished career in the intelligence community bringing extensive program management and budgetary formulation expertise as well as a great deal of leadership acumen and IT executive experience.

Previously, Mr. Bergeron served as a Vice President at Altamira Corporation, where he oversaw the merger of two predecessor companies, Invertix and Near Infinity, into a single unit. Before joining Altamira Corporation Mr. Bergeron held several senior positions at the CIA, first as Chief of Ground Systems Contracts Teams, then as Chief of Agency IT Acquisition Strategy, and finally as Chief/Deputy Chief of DS/Non-Traditional Support. While at the CIA he worked on numerous projects to enhance officer profiles and to reduce costs and administrative burdens for overseas officers. Additionally, he pioneered the application of Alpha Contracting for the National Reconnaissance Office and was responsible for creating and managing a cohesive team of Air Force, CIA, DoD civilian and Naval officers, the largest contracting team at the NRO.

In 2001 Mr. Bergeron served as Deputy Chief of Support at an Oceania Station, where he significantly improved performance by conducting the first ever commercial evaluation of services. While at the Oceania Station Mr. Bergeron led a multi-million dollar facilities contract and was responsible for managing all administrative and infrastructure functions, providing support for 24/7 operations.

Mr. Bergeron holds a Masters in Business Administration from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has also received a Project Management Professional Certification from the Project Management Institute.

NSAWW CEO Courtney Banks Spaeth commented on the addition, stating, "We are proud to welcome Mr. Bergeron to the Board of Advisors. His extensive leadership experience coupled with his background in the intelligence community makes him an extremely valuable asset to our team and we look forward to working closely with him.”